iono your: form of the general possessive classifier [...]

Part of Speech possessive
Phonetic Form jono
Tanema Equivalent ei, eni
Lovono Equivalent iemie
    • your: form of the general possessive classifier (enone*), with a 2 singular possessor (see eo)
      • Gram
      • Example 901:
        eo ka uña damiliko iono
        you and your children
      • Example 902:
        Piene iono vengela tamwase.
        Your explanations are extremely clear.
      • Example 903:
        Ebieve iono tivi? – Uluko tamana teva.
        [lit. How many are your years?] How old are you? – Fourteen.

Related entries

  • See also:
    • enone ‘my’: 1sg form of possessive classifier for General, default possession / classifier for various possessions / classifier for kinship relations when the noun is not inherently a kin term (opp. one, classifier for kin terms) / classifier for some more abstract relations
    • eo 2sg personal pronoun / you: stressed pronoun, co-occurring with subject prefix (a-, u-) on verbs / you: subject of non-verbal predicates / you: object of verb or preposition / your